I like to pipe solids on solids for a polished look. Emily Ruddo went with a bold pink with white piping on her dining chairs and a more neutral look with a cream settee with dark piping in this living room.
This matching chair and ottoman coordinate seamlessly with the black and white in the zebra skin rug.
A friend of mine, Roxy Owens, has a line of custom upholstered pieces with options to pipe them. This pink and white number would look adorable in a girls' room.
A nursery glider is a new mom's sanctuary, so there's all the more reason to go the extra mile and add a contrasting trim that brings the whole room together.
Bring color to the bathroom with trimmed linens.
We all know and love the X-bench. It can be piped too for a fun splash of color at the foot of a bed or in a living area.
Throw pillows are always the easiest way to try something out. This pair would make great starters.
This glider is so pretty that I think I'd add it to a corner in a living room for a soothing place to read a book.
This ottoman and a half is great for the foot of the bed.
Velvet-trimmed pillows bring rich texture into a room.
For the holidays or for fun, a piped placemat is a do.